Webinar recording: Turn around your urgent SARs in rapid time: New tools and support for SABs
COVID-19 creates a new urgency to identifying and sharing learning from certain cases. The Care Act gives Safeguarding Adult Boards (SABs) freedom to determine what activities make up a Safeguarding Adult Review (SAR), and SABs routinely commission SARs that are ‘proportionate’ to the learning that they are anticipated to generate. However, no one has been conducting SARs in timescales equivalent to the ‘rapid reviews’ now required for serious safeguarding incidents involving children: 15 working days.
As part of Department of Health and Social Care’s COVID-19 Action Plan for Social Care, SCIE has worked with SABs to develop and test a new model for conducting SARs In Rapid Time. In this webinar launched the model and accompanying tools, sharing feedback from the first two test SARs using the new approach and open a discussion about the kinds of cases where speed trumps comprehensiveness of analysis.
- Shares the rationale for, and background to, a SAR In Rapid Time.
- Introduces the model and accompanying tools.
- Presents feedback from the first two test SARs In Rapid Time.
- Discusses the types of cases where the need for speed trumps comprehensiveness of analysis.
- Dr. Sheila Fish (Head of Learning Together, SCIE)
- Simon Bayliss (Practice Development Manager for Safeguarding, SCIE).
Webinar: Turn around your urgent SARs in rapid time
New tools and support for SABs